Photographer's Note

The photo shows a Danish sailing boat entering Dyvig Bay on the island of Als in South Jutland. If you are sailing the Danish South Seas and looking for a place to berth, you will find a range of small harbours and marinas along the Alsian coast. If you prefer to cast anchor (or trying to escape a thunderstorm), there are plenty of bays and coves. Dyvig is a lagoon-type anchorage, very sheltered and surrounded by fields and trees. As you can see the cruise is quite difficult with its extremely narrow passage which, however, is well marked. At first sight it does look like that there is no way in. But on coming closer the passage opens up and there is no problem in entering the bay. Once through the passage the bay opens up into a calm and well protected harbour – see my previous post Dyvig Bay view.

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